hurricane

[ hur-i-keyn, huhr- or, esp. British, -kuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF hurricane

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HURRICANE

The rain, falling in a deluge, was driven by a wind like a hurricane.

The wind swelled to a hurricane, and the rain dashed like a flood against the glass.

If the hurricane swept away our tent, I dont know where we should find it again.

It was like a hurricane of delirium rushing by and laying every head in the dust.

The hurricane, the most furious ever felt in the province, lasted three days.

Delaherche had more to say of his hurricane of shot and shell.

Jean burst like a hurricane into the Rue du Bac with the few men of his squad.

And Eben, my husband, went down with his vessel in a hurricane off Hatteras.

You're probably off on a hurricane jaunt from one end of the Continent to the other.

And am I to be honoured with a commission from the Hurricane?

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HURRICANE

tropical storm

nounviolent rain storm
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